An esoteric philosopher and scientist from the 19th century is rediscovered and analyzed into oblivion by a series of scholars and researchers. A satirical documentary directed by Dylan Mars Greenberg, “Sir Isengord and the Theory of the Magnificent Spinning Quanto Quasi Table” operates as an anything-goes extravaganza of nonsense. Prior to his death, Sir Isengord was able to transfer his consciousness into a little black box, from which he’s able to communicate more than a century later with academics and experts. Isengord was a man who looked at subjects like sex, desire, and art (not to mention eating and drinking) as distractions from the real scientific inquiries of motion and anti-motion. The idea of the self and the individual were unimportant to consider for Isengord in favor of quantum tables and deci-vectors, whatever those are. Playfully absurd, hyper-kinetic, and crammed with comedic repetition and discrepancies, Greenberg’s film is built around a bevy of eccentric personalities committed to making sense of the nonsensical. -KA. Director, editor, cinematographer: Dylan Mars Greenberg. Character created by: Ezra Pailer. Cast: Joe Estevez, Amanda Flowers, Simple Town, Jon Leiberman, Bill Weeden, Tony Zaret, Sweaty Eddie. Music: The Flushing Remonstrance.